Free Press Journal
  • Mayoral candidates on election campaign UMC Polls-2015

    Ujjain : Mayoral candidates from BJP and Congress have been rigorously doing election campaign to entice electorates in different wards of the city. Polling for Ujjain Municipal Corporation (UMC) Polls-2015 will be held on August 12.

  • ZP CEO Chouhan gives out tips to aspirants

    Ujjain : Success is definite if the students study honestly and get themselves involved in the creative work along with their regular studies, said Zila Panchayat (ZP) CEO Ruchika Chouhan at the concluding ceremony of 10 days long workshop organized by the Public Administration Department of the Government Madhav Arts College on Wednesday.

  • City wakes up to WATER water..

    Indore : Every torrent is a test of tempers. The City residents woke up to witness the fury of the nature as torrential rains lashed the city on intervening night of Tuesday and Wednesday throwing life completely out of gear.

  • CAT reg window opens today for next 46 days

    Indore : The registration window for Common Admission Test (CAT), a gateway to IIMs and about 150 non-IIM institutes, will open at 10 am on August 6.

  • Youth killed as car hits his scooter on Indore Bypass

    Indore : A youth died when a speeding car hit his scooter on Bypass Road late on Tuesday night. After hitting the scooter, the car dragged the scooter rider and vehicle for some distance.

  • Cops recover 4 stolen vehicles, 4 arrested

    Indore : The police, on Wednesday, nabbed four vehicle thieves and recovered four motorcycles from them. TI, Banganga police station Vinod Dixit said, acting on a tip-off, the police detained one Sourabh Rajput of Sunder Nagar for his involvement in vehicle thefts.

  • Admn bans sale of PoP idols

    Indore : The district administration has banned use of Plaster of Paris (POP), chemicals, synthetic colours and other environmentally damaging products to make idols.

  • Won’t quit, says defiant Michael Clarke

    Sydney :  Defiant and angry Australian captain Michael Clarke vowed to keep playing on after the Ashes series with England, with those suggesting he was finished talking “a complete load of rubbish”.

  • Pak cricketers condemn attack on Akram

    Karachi :  Pakistan cricket community today strongly condemned the attack on former captain Wasim Akram and called on the government to immediately apprehend the culprits involved in firing on the legendary pacer.

  • BMC pays global prices for local product

    Mumbai : The BMC has received a complaint regarding alleged corruption of Rs 3.62 crore in acquisition of 31 Integrated Anaesthesia Work Stations with built in ventilators and monitors for Mumbai’s hospitals. The BMC purchased 51 such machines in 2013 from contractor Universal Organics which claimed that the machines will be procured from an England-based company. These equipments were to be installed in Mumbai’s hospitals to treat poor patients. However, the municipal

  • India look to tune-up before Lanka series

    Colombo :  The Indian cricket team begin their month-long tour of Sri Lanka with a three-day warm up game against the Sri Lanka Board President’s XI at the R. Premadasa Stadium on Thursday.

  • Tambe in trouble for playing with Ashraful

    New York :  Veteran Rajasthan Royals leg-spinner Praveen Tambe has come under spotlight after it was learnt that he had played an unsanctioned T20 match in the United States alongside tainted Bangladeshi cricket Mohammed Ashraful, who is banned on charges of match fixing.

  • Wreckage of bogies of a train after two express trains derailed in Harda district of Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday.

    Survivours recount horror

    “The train was running at a high speed. Suddenly, the driver applied emergency brakes…the train stopped with a loud thud sound and suddenly water started entering the coach — Syed Imran Ali, Survivor (more…)

  • Desperate commuters look for relatives

    Mumbai : Nafis Ahmed was gripped up worry and panicked when he heard that Kamayani and Janta Express had derailed near Madhya Pradesh. He rushed to the railway station to inquire about his loved ones who were travelling in Kamayani express a million possibility about their safety occurred to him.

  • State follows Centre’s ‘smart’ line

    Mumbai : The State government is contemplating on a separate ‘Smart Village’ scheme, rural development minister Pankaja Munde has said.

  • Dharna politics leads to clash between Cong-BJP supporters

    Mumbai : Hundreds of activists of several wings of the Congress party on Wednesday took out a morcha to Mumbai BJP chief Ashish Shelar’s residence to protest against the suspension of 25 its members from Lok Sabha.